The air is heavy and damp. Cold for June, they say, but I’ve felt colder. I haven’t written in a while. To many things to do and too little to say. I’m changing directions. Less big physical work. More Neil Young.[Read more…] about More Neil Young
Alan overhauled our front flowerbeds this year, ripping out half-dead shrubbery and planting ornamental grains and flowers. It looks beautiful, truly transformed. A once weedy, overgrown stretch of land is now bursting with hollyhocks.[Read more…] about Hollyhock
Happy Tax Day to those who celebrate! (Does anyone ever celebrate?) And a reminder that whether your colors this past year were black or red, you are doing amazing things that have value.[Read more…] about Happy Tax Day
I was reminded recently of the importance of creative community. I had the opportunity to visit Lisa Schonberg’s studio at Zygote press, a printmaking collaborative and cornerstone of the region. Not only does Lisa make gorgeous prints, she is amazingly prolific. As she showed me her work, she spoke of the power of community that Zygote provides her.[Read more…] about A Village of One
Hello all, and Happy Spring! Today is the day the Sun Serpent returns to Chichen Itza, the Great Sphinx gazes into the sunrise, and the sun crowns Angkor Wat.
And, after a particularly cathartic break, today is the day I return to my studio.[Read more…] about The Sun Shines
But this post isn’t about that. It’s about something just as valuable that gets far less attention:
It’s about The Lift.[Read more…] about The Lift and The Leap